‘Muses and Queens’ October 2017 Issue, Featuring: Logan

Hey guys! This is “Muses and Queens” again! Apologies for the delay for the October issue! Life has definitely been coming fast. This past month we had the pleasure of interviewing Logan, from Maine. I shot with her during a trip to NYC! Let’s get to know her!

What’s your favorite childhood book?
Nothing resonates with me, I’m more of a magazine reader. I grew up watching MTV rather than reading.

What place is your dream destination, and why?
Not a particular place, I’m definetly a city girl. My goal is to visit every major city in America as well as other places in the world! My next destination is Seattle.

If you could know the absolute and total truth to one question, what question would you ask?
Who killed JFK?

If you were given a one-minute ad slot during the Super Bowl that you couldn’t sell, what would you fill it with?
Oh gosh, that’s hard. Probably a modeling agency ad. Filled with images that I’ve shot!

What career aspirations do/did you have? What made you interested in this career?
I’d love to own my own modeling agency, or work in the fashion photography industry any way that I can.

What living person, other than family members, do you most admire?
Halsey, Melanie Martinez. They both tap into their emotions in such a creative way that I could never possess. If I could have one wish it would to be able to write music.

If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?
It would most likely be a romantic comedy. I’m a sucker for romance, but I also never take it seriously!

As always, I’d like to thank our muse Logan for taking the time out to be a part of the series. You can check out her Instagram here. You’ll be seeing another article real soon for November! Stay tuned and be sure to Subscribe!


‘Muses and Queens’ September 2017 Issue, Featuring: Amanda

Hey guys! This is “Muses and Queens” yet again! Autumn is already here! Summer flew by so fast. This month we have Amanda, from Upper Marlboro. We had an awesome time at our photo shoot! Let’s get to know a bit about her!

What’s your favorite ice cream flavor?
Cotton Candy mixed with Vanilla.

Who would you like to live like for a day?
Michelle Obama.

What Celebrity do you most relate to, and why?
Tina Fey. She is just hysterical, headstrong, and extremely talented. She is not afraid to speak her mind, but carries herself with grace and poise. Not to mention, she’s got a great sense of humor. I love to laugh more than anything, so I try to express comic relief at any given opportunity.

If you had advice to give to the next generation, what would it be?
Love Yourself. We live in a world of social media, the times have changed. As a culture, only a few can really remember what it was like prior to the legendary days of the internet. This world might seem cold, but it’s the people’s perspective of themselves. I let negative energy consume my daily thoughts and actions, but I learned to love myself before I could love anyone else.

What would be your spirit animal and why?
Normally, I would say something funny like a sloth. However, sloths are typically known for being slow and steady. I think my spirit animal would have to be a panda, because they are cute but seem rather deadly. I’d like to be thought of in that capacity, and it rhymes with Amanda.

What career aspirations do/did you have? What made you interested in this career?
I am a clerk for the Circuit Court, but my real fancy is politics. I aspire to be a writer, and

my major in college was journalism with a minor in history. My true love is to become a writer on the Hill. “There is nothing more important than a well-informed electorate.” I genuinely believe that we, as constituents, can not only represent our country in a democracy, but more importantly we have the responsibility and overall obligation to display and distribute accurate and current news to the people around us.

Would you rather win an Olympic medal, an Academy Award or the Nobel Peace prize? Why?
The Nobel Peace Prize. I would rather be honored for a service either to my country, or even on a global scale, rather than awarded based on my overall talent. Sometimes, talent consumes people. We need to think outside of the box, through more selfless acts.

As always, we’d like to thank Amanda for being a part of this month’s feature! It was a pleasure for sure! Follow her instagram here. Thanks for reading this month’s issue! Until next time, cheers!

‘Muses and Queens’ June 2017 Issue, Featuring: Marissa

Hey everyone, Summer’s right around the corner, and we’re back with another Issue of “Muses and Queens”,  where we highlight a Muse for the month and learn more about their drive! We’ve reached our 6 month milestone! I’m so happy to see what this project has become and I hope it grows as the year continues. This month, we have Marissa from Laurel. Without further ado, let’s get into the interview! Continue reading